Basic Op-Amp Circuits: Integrators, Differentiators, and Converters
This part of the class contrasts the output characteristics of integrators, differentiators, and converters. Here we analyze the operation of several converters and other op-amp circuits.
- Integrators and differentiators
- Converters and additional op-amp configurations
- Constant-current source
- The integrator produces an output ramp voltage as a result of a step change at the input with a slope proportional to the input amplitude
- The differentiator produces an output step-change as a result of a ramp input with an amplitude proportional to the slope of the input.